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Seven ways to learn for modern apprentices

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Apprenticeships are a driver in the industry, but modern apprentices sometimes approach learning differently; here are the seven key trends

Sundry employees are investing in their future by enrolling in new employer-funded apprenticeship schemes that lead to qualifications and, often, a pay rise and promotion. Or catalyse a career switch.

But with apprenticeship starts slumping across the motor industry, what are the learning habits, behaviours and requirements that apprentices in the workplace favour?

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Eight tips for passing your end-point assessment

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End-point assessments manager at the IMI, Barry Williams, gives his best advice for preparing for your end-point assessment

  1. Prepare for multiple assessment styles
    First thing to remember: EPAs work differently. An EPA is a synoptic assessment of everything the apprentice has learned during their apprenticeship. The apprentice will need to be able to recall knowledge taught across the whole of the apprenticeship in a variety of assessment styles: online test, skills test, professional discussion and interview, showcase and work-based project/assignment. Not all of these methods will be used in each apprenticeship standard but, on average, three will be.
     
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